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Bless the Night

Apr 24-26, 2020

A weekend workshop with Reverend Rhetta Morgan
$495/private room; $435/shared room; $300/commuter. Fee covers food, lodging, and program.

If you are seeking financial assistance to participate in this program, call 610-566-4507, ext. 137. Do NOT register online.

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610-566-4507, ext. 137

What if we danced with the dark as holy? What might open up for us if we could face and remove the fears we have projected onto the dark? What actual fears are buried in our minds and hearts? Join Reverend Rhetta Morgan for a weekend of courageously facing what stands between us and the loving experience of the sacred dark.  Using song, chant, poetry, and movement, we will confront and challenge the ways we project our fear onto the dark and explore the blessings of the sacred dark.

By removing the layers of projection we have put on the dark, we may arrive at an embodied revelation that the dark is what the light is born from! The dark is sacred.  Challenging our unconscious negative associations with the dark can also change both how we see the world and our power to impact the world. By exposing the negative references towards the dark, we can move towards liberatory wholeness.


Reverend Rhetta MorganReverend Rhetta Morgan is a singing healer, spiritual activist, and interfaith minister. She works at the intersections of spirituality, activism, and creativity, intending to work towards and live into a more just world. An international professional singer for many years before she became an ordained interfaith minister at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in NY in 2009, Rev. Rhetta founded: Ecclesia Spirit (an inclusive, interfaith spiritual community), the While We Wait Project (which provides spiritual and emotional support to loved ones of incarcerated individuals), and the Choir for Climate Change (a choir for activists at every level of organizing and vocal capabilities). Very active in the Philadelphia area, Rev. Rhetta uses music she writes and sings to inspire and heal. Some of her most meaningful work is in mentoring and counseling activist leaders.

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